Knights Inn Hardeeville
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and gave us several suggestions for touring Beaufort.
Next we toured the Historic Country Store, a general store home of the original peach cider and the cherry cider historic store. It was filled with different kinds of cider and many canned fruits and vegetables. We sampled some cider but didn't find any that we particularly liked. I had hoped we'd find hot cider but we didn't. We also sampled some delicious sweet onion ...
... a 17" necklace as the 15.5" was too snug on me. We ate lunch at The Market Street Cafe and took Gary a Greek salad. Then went back to Fronczak's and Bruce washed Our V. We all went out to dinner to The Olde Dispensary in Bluffton. Excellent burgers, brussetta, and bang bang shrimp! My capresse burger was perfectly done at med ...
... a shark? They also narrate as we went down the savannah river to open water? could even see Hilton Head. See pictures lol. The vet invited us to come to his ranch in N Carolina. So, a trip to DC to see Kay and Rachel then North Carolina. Kay did we forget to mention? Lol Getting ready to leave Savannah and we did enjoy it . Needed at least another 1/2 day here. Kim is picking up the car in the morning the I think we will go take more pics of mansions and row housing that has been ...
... beer, is food - I had the best pizza so far this trip - thick, juicy and full of toppings - we then got talking to a Nashville couple and me and Janos again recounted our journey across the states and future trips whilst they talked about Antarctica - I'm not sure how that happened. After a full day we returned to our motel and Janos watched his favourite tv programme and I wrote to a few people back home. What a great day (again). ...
... section for dinner the first night here. We had a hankering for grits and shrimp and some fresh fried oysters. We ate in The Cotton Exchange, a building that had been there for 184 years. The architecture of the buildings along the river and the cobblestone streets scream old. The history that this city has been part of is overwhelming. And who can ignore the present day candy store with fresh pralines.